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Pamphlet published in Germany for visitors attending the Winter Olympics in Germany in 1936.

Pamphlet published in Germany for visitors attending the Winter Olympics in Germany in 1936.

'Juden Raus' or 'Jews Out' - an antisemitic board game produced by German company Gunther & Co.

'Juden Raus' or 'Jews Out' - an antisemitic board game produced by German company Gunther & Co.

Graphical presentation of the statistical review of the Jewish population in Vienna in the 1930s. Found in 'Report of the Vienna Jewish Community' edited by Benjamin Murmelstein (c.1940).

Graphical presentation of the statistical review of the Jewish population in Vienna in the 1930s. Found in 'Report of the Vienna Jewish Community' edited by Benjamin Murmelstein (c.1940).

Drawing by Darfuri refugee child, Bakhid Abdalhadi Adam, showing an armed assault on a village (2007).

Drawing by Darfuri refugee child, Bakhid Abdalhadi Adam, showing an armed assault on a village (2007).

Periodical: Front page of Yiddish periodical 'Unzer Sztyme' or 'Our Voice', edition 9, Spring 1946.

Periodical: Front page of Yiddish periodical 'Unzer Sztyme' or 'Our Voice', edition 9, Spring 1946.

Pamphlet: Cover of a 1955 pamphlet about Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

Pamphlet: Cover of a 1955 pamphlet about Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

Anti-Nazi pamphlet (Tarnschrift) hidden in a packet of tomato seeds. 1930s.

Anti-Nazi pamphlet (Tarnschrift) hidden in a packet of tomato seeds. 1930s.

Document: release permit from (Entlassungsschein) from all-female concentration camp Lichtenburg in Saxony-Anhalt, 13 March 1939.

Document: release permit from (Entlassungsschein) from all-female concentration camp Lichtenburg in Saxony-Anhalt, 13 March 1939.

Page of an annotated draft overview of Kurt Gerron's propaganda film on Theresienstadt Ghetto. Gerron was a Jewish prisoner in Theresienstadt and was forced by the SS to direct the documentary. He later perished in Auschwitz in 1944.

Page of an annotated draft overview of Kurt Gerron's propaganda film on Theresienstadt Ghetto. Gerron was a Jewish prisoner in Theresienstadt and was forced by the SS to direct the documentary. He later perished in Auschwitz in 1944.

Photograph: Purim celebration in a synagogue in Berlin, 1935.

Photograph: Purim celebration in a synagogue in Berlin, 1935.

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